The Computer Science Program at Norfolk State University is designed to provide students with an exposure to the broad Computer Science spectrum, with an opportunity to create areas of specialization with appropriate applied mathematics and/or computer electives. Generally, the program emphasizes the practical and theoretical aspects of Computer Science and related areas of Computer Science and prepares students for careers as Computer Software Engineers, System Analysts and other professions. The program also provides an adequate foundation for students who wish to pursue graduate study in Computer Science.
The Bachelor of Science degree in Computer Science at Norfolk State University is accredited by the Computing Accreditation Commission of ABET (www.abet.org)
From July 8th – July 12th, 2019
The purpose of this one-week professional development workshop is to introduce a curriculum that teachers in the STEM area and other interested teachers can use to introduce the GenCyber concepts in their classrooms in a fun and engaging approach. (more......)
E-mail your completed (application) and (participant questions) to this address (GenCyber4Teachers@nsu.edu) before
June 7th, 2019
For additional information, please contact
Dr. D'Nita Andrews Graham
Computer Science Department
Norfolk State University
Congratulation to Our Computer Science Student
This is a "hacking" competition in which teams of students quickly code an application to address a need in the surrounding community. For this year, the competition is shark tank style in which an application is not only developed but also marketed to the judges.
Competitors: Kayla Robinson, Itania Lamarre, Kaylani Jordan, Alleyah Babel
This bootcamp focuses on giving students Hands-On experience with the Linux OS. Students are given their own raspberry pi, and from their apply various applications (i.e. VPN, twitter bot, servers, etc.).
Attendees: Kayla Robinson, Tamia Smalls, Cody Goudeau, Akeem Wilkins, Benjamin Morse, Trenton Ward
This conference focuses on teaching students about the current and upcoming blockchain technologies. Furthermore, students compete in a trivia style competition and the questions revolve around Cyber Security principles.
Competitors: Brianna Besinaiz, Kayla Robinson, Aliyah Carter, Michael Emelfe, Ossom Jewel
This competition is a online Jeopardy style Capture The Flag event.
Competitors: Brianna Besinaiz, Neil Belram, Itania Lamarre
This internship focuses on delivering research opportunities for those who participate in the internship. Research projects will focus on machine learning and cybersecurity
Helpers: David Morrison, Kwesi Elliott, Neil Belram